- Nov 2, 2006
Well... not "birthday" as in when it formed on earth, but when it was first cut and went into service so to speak.... I ask because my fiancé was looking at wedding bands the other day at a local B&M store, and the salesman (who LOVED her ring), commented that it was "a very old cut, and that it may have been recut to look like newer cut stones." I found that really interesting... The cert is AGS from October 2006, so I guess its entirely possible that the stone came back into circulation, a jeweler touched it up a bit (and shaved off some of the weight in the process) and then resubmitted it for a cert. The stone didn’t have the AGS # etched in it (I had this done when we bought it). Is this a common practice? Is there a way to tell the history of stone (like a CarFax or something LOL).